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    What We Love About Bangkok

    Thailand's capital Bangkok is kept alive by the beautiful mess of traffic and people. Iconic landmarks include the official residence of the King of Siam, the Bangkok Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew Temple, Wat Arun, and the Temple of Dawn - deemed one of the world's most beautiful structures. One simply cannot miss the floating market shopping and dining experience at Damnoen Saduak. The Maeklong Train Market in particular even has a train passing through the crowded streets every hour! Do grab a bowl of freshly brewed Tom Yam Goong or Iced Thai Milk Tea to refuel for even more adventures.

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    Things to Do and See in Bangkok

    Bangkok is a thrilling great city of contrast and culture. The traditional beauty of its iconic shrines and temples complement the city’s urban architecture and dynamic lifestyle. From its vibrant nightlife and thriving food scene to its sprawling marketplaces and upscale shopping destinations, you will never run out of fun things to do in Bangkok! If you’re wondering where to start, here are the top 10 famous places in Bangkok:

    The Grand Palace

    The Grand Palace is an architectural wonder sitting at the heart of Bangkok. The complex boasts several grandiose buildings, including the renowned Temple of the Emerald Buddha, the Reclining Buddha, the imperial residence, and the administrative offices. This heritage site follows a strict dress code, so avoid wearing prohibited outfits like torn pants, mini skirts, shorts, see-through tops, and other clothing with exposed shoulders.

    Temple of the Emerald Buddha

    The Temple of Emerald Buddha, also known as the Wat Phra Kaew, is the most significant Buddhist temple in Thailand found within the grounds of The Grand Palace. Stand in awe of the intricately-designed architecture and be amazed by the gilded golden interior decorated with huge murals. This ornate temple is a sacred place, so tourists are expected to follow the proper dress code (no torn, tight, and short pants, mini skirts, and sleeveless shirts). Beat the crowds by going there early and purchasing your tourist ticket online ahead of your visit.

    Chatuchak Weekend Market

    Experiencing the Chatuchak Weekend Market is a must-do in Bangkok! With over 15,000 stalls divided into 26 sections sprawling across the 35-acre land area in Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road, one can easily get lost in the maze of vendors and huge crowds of locals and tourists. Getting a map can be a handy guide as you explore everything in this weekend market - from street food, clothing, and accessories to antiques, handicrafts, and souvenirs.

    Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan

    Located near Bangkok’s Chinatown district, Wat Traimit Withayaram Worawihan is an iconic landmark that houses the remarkable solid Golden Buddha. The statue weighs 5.5 tonnes of pure gold and is over three meters high. The temple also contains a museum and several exhibits where you can learn about the historical background of the Golden Buddha. Make sure that proper dress code is worn when visiting the temple.

    Jim Thompson House Museum

    If you are looking for unusual things to do in Bangkok, you can visit the Jim Thompson House Museum at the heart of the city. The mystery of James H.W. Thompson's disappearance remains unsolved, making this attraction more interesting. The house-turned-museum holds an impressive Asian art collection: antique Buddha statues, rare artworks like paintings and porcelains, and displays of old looms and colorful silk. Guided tours inside the house are available in different languages such as Chinese, English, French, Japanese, and Thai.

    Yaowarat Road

    Experience the vibrant food scene of Bangkok’s Chinatown at Yaowarat Road in Samphanthawong District! Locals and tourists fill the night market, so walk your way through the alleys to find the best street food: bird’s nest, dim sum, oyster omelets, Thai desserts, and a variety of fresh seafood! The bustling street is also the go-to place for some significant annual events like the Chinese New Year and the Thai Vegetarian Festival.

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    Thailand's capital Bangkok is kept alive by the beautiful mess of traffic and people. Iconic landmarks include the official residence of the King of Siam, the Bangkok Grand Palace, Wat Phra Kaew Temple, Wat Arun, and the Temple of Dawn - deemed one of the world's most beautiful structures.


    One simply cannot miss the floating market shopping and dining experience at Damnoen Saduak. The Maeklong Train Market in particular even has a train passing through the crowded streets every hour! Do grab a bowl of freshly brewed Tom Yam Goong or Iced Thai Milk Tea to refuel for even more adventures.

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    JINKYUNG
    Published 228 days ago
    I was worried that the price was higher than other places until the reservation, but after the reservation it was all good. It's a hotel that can't be picked up, so I went to meet you at another place nearby. Not only Som and Chef Noi, who helped with the interpretation and help, but also the staff who worked silently to continue the next step. We were a family of 2 Koreans and 4 Americans. Among them, my son-in-law had worked in Korea. Of course, everything from saute to curry was good. The next time you visit Bangkok, you'll be sure to put it back on schedule!
    Suwimon
    Published 74 days ago
    During the Covid, massage shops are not open. Therefore try to have the Therapist service come to massage at home Overall, it is good. Therapist comes on time and has experience in massage. But since that day did not bring massage pads Reported that he was in the car Able to get in But fit as a condo Have to go down to deliver and wait up Therefore said it's okay Therefore use the existing yoga mat gradually, sometimes when Thai massage is slightly hurt due to the massage pad (yoga mat) while the picture is not taken Because I want to be private
    Basim
    Published 286 days ago
    I was sceptical of booking this spa via klook as it is less than half the quoted rate when booking directly through the hotel. Klook predictably didn’t have the time slot that we selected but did offer one within a two hour window on our chosen day. The spa itself was fantastic- very luxurious, very professional and we had a really good massage here. I would recommend this experience if you’re after a 5* hotel spa experience- it is certainly a good deal compared to the regular price but you may have to be flexible on time.
    Rodolfo Jr
    Published 181 days ago
    Place is conveniently located in Dream Hotel in the center of Sukhumvit, Bangkok. Reception is clean and well-lit. Receptionist was very accomodating and attended to my every need. Therapy room was spacious, calming and gave off a relaxing aroma. My therapist, Ohm, was very professional and truly an expert in her craft. Undoubtedly the BEST THAI MASSAGE Ive ever had in my multiple trips in 20 years in Bangkok!
    CHI KAY
    Published 291 days ago
    The first try Bangkok Hot Springs overall experience is very good, the waiter is polite and friendly, the flow is not too much, the messy spa equipment and location are good plus the location is close to the MRT and major shopping malls so don't worry about the traffic problem is just the menu There is hardly a vain for this.
    Andrea
    Published 200 days ago
    fantastic tour, the best we had in Bangkok. We saw the part of the city we would have never been able to discover by ourselves. roamed around in tiny lanes, crossed small canals and were able to look into the way of living of the locals. we had plenty of snacks and food to try too. Steve ( our guide ) was fantastic.

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